The Gordon Ramsey Steak is the restaurant to beat in matters fine cut steaks.
The Gordon Ramsey Steak entered the scene with a bang in 2010 and has never looked back. It is the restaurant to beat in matters of fine cut steaks. The fact that it is located in the larger Paris Las Vegas Resort adds its allure as an upscale eatery.
With delicacies such as caviar, Hudson Valley foie gras and the ever popular Fried Blue Point Oysters; the Gordon Ramsay Steak Restaurant is a trailblazer. Add to these culinary exploits crisp cocktails such as the Antioxidant and you have yourself an eatery ‘extra-ordinaire’.
Expect to sample delicacies such as beef short rib, fish and truffle chips, American Kobe beef sliders, mac and cheese. Others include; Alaskan king crab legs, Bearnaise sauce, loup de mer fish, shepard’s pie, and many more.
As if stating its allegiance, the ceiling of the restaurant features the Union Jack Flag. It is tastefully furnished and transcends the ambiance of London, chic of France and opulence of America. It is made up of a contemporary steakhouse, a lounge, 2-storey dining area and a bar. If you would rather have your meals in private, then there is the option of asking for chef’s table and private dining rooms.
Apparently, you can choose from 4 dining options including; Dinner Menu, Limited Hell's Kitchen Tasting Menu, Dessert Menu, and Bar Menu. Whatever you choose, be sure that you will be having the best option in Las Vegas.
The average retail price of the food is US$100. This amount varies according to what you order. The Restaurant's timing is as follows; Dining Room throughout the week (4:30 to 10:30PM), Bar and Lounge from Sunday to Thursday (4:30 to 10:30 PM), Bar and Lounge Friday and Saturday (4:30 PM to 12:00AM).
Just to give you an idea of where you will be dining, this restaurant has won the following awards:
Best New Restaurant in Vegas Seven’s 2012 Best Restaurant’s List
Beef Wellington at Gordon Ramsay Steak named Signature Dish of the Year and Pastry Chef Steve Yi was named Pastry Chef of the Year in the 16th annual Desert Companion Restaurant Awards
Best Steakhouse by Las Vegas Review Journal 2013
Top 10 Steakhouses in the U.S. by 2013 Annual Gayot Restaurant Issue
If you are lucky to reserve a table at this great restaurant, make it count. If you have yet to visit the restaurant, make sure you keep trying to make a reservation until you can get some.
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